Because how could we possibly fight climate change,
protect forests and save the whales without GIFs?
Greenpeace Australia Pacific
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Breaking: 50 Greenpeace UK activists have just stopped a train containing 1,500 tonnes of coal.

As world leaders gather at the UN Climate Summit, activists are shovelling coal off the train which was on its way to a power station in Nottinghamshire, UK. Coal will wreck the climate if we keep burning it.

SHARE if you agree it’s time to quit coal!
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This is what history looks like.

New York’s Climate March has broken records. Now, when heads of state gather to talk about the climate crisis at the UN summit in just a few hours, they’ll be doing it with all of our voices ringing in their ears. bit.ly/1rihMvP 

That is incredible. Thank you to everyone, everywhere, who marched on the weekend. http://ift.tt/1qBwLjC
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The UN Climate summit begins in New York on Tuesday.
Over 120 world leaders are meeting in New York for the UN’s emergency meeting, united by the urgent need for decisive action.
Regrettably, Australia’s Prime Minister will not be among them.

Like & Share to let the global community know Australians support urgent climate action. Send your messages of support for the UN summit in the comments!
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So many inspiring pictures are flooding in from the People’s Climate March events around the world. 

Share & spread the word to turn up the heat on politicians attending the UN climate summit this week » 
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Over 300,000 people marched in New York alone for the future of our planet.
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Join us in Sydney next week for an amazing conversation on the coal industry’s influence in stamping out action on global warming and renewable energy in Australia.

Hosted by Media Watch’s Jonathan Holmes, the event will include speakers David Ritter, Paddy Manning, Bill McKibben (videolink) & more.

Come along & join the conversation » http://ift.tt/1wUdqQe